weeds is the plural form of weed and roughly translates to malas hierbas.
weed
noun
1. (unwanted plant) 
He spent the whole day pulling the weeds from the garden. Pasó el día entero quitando las malas hierbas del jardín.
b. la maleza (F) 
Weeds were covering her grave.La maleza cubría su tumba.
2. (drug) 
Smoking weed is allowed in Amsterdam.Fumar marihuana está permitido en Amsterdam.
b. la mota (F) (Mexico) 
He sold his car to buy enough weed to last the month. Vendió su carro para comprar bastante mota para durar el mes.
c. la maría (F) (Spain) 
They bought their weed on the street.Ellos compraron la maría en la calle.
transitive verb
3. (to pull weeds) 
a. escardar 
They have to weed the garden before the party.Han de escardar el jardín antes de la fiesta.
weed
Noun
1. (plant) 
a. la mala hierba (F) 
2. (colloquial) (United Kingdom) 
a. el debilucho(a) (M)la debilucho(a) (F) (weak person; physically) 
3. (lacking character) 
a. el blandengue (M)la blandengue (F) 
transitive verb
4. (garden) 
a. escardar 
weed [wiːd]
noun
1 mala hierba (f); hierbajo (m); (waterweed) alga (f)
the garden was full of weeds el jardín estaba lleno de malas hierbas or hierbajos
2 (person) pelele (informal) (m)
3
the weed (tobacco) el tabaco
4 (marihuana) hierba (informal) (f)
5
(widow's) weeds ropa (f) de luto
transitive verb
[+flowerbed] desherbar
intransitive verb
desherbar
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